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Hell's Kitchen Radio #272: We Are The Dreamers Of Dreams
August 29, 2016 8:00pm

 

Well 2016 continues to be a shit show when it comes to amazing entertainers who have influenced so many lives. This week we say goodbye to the great Gene Wilder, star of so many great movies from my childhood; and recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder, who was at the controls of thousands of legendary jazz recording sessions, that it's fair to say the his ear was as important as the musicians and the producer in creating some of the most memorable tunes from the 1950s up until just a few short months ago. Both we be missed, but luckily for all of us we have more than enough material to enjoy them for decades to come!

Enjoy.

jh

The Wonderous Boat Ride: Gene Wilder
Loran's Dance: Idris Muhammad

Locomotion: John Coltrane
Tequila: Wes Montgomery
I Got A Woman: Jimmy Smith

The Turnaround: Big John Patton
Blues March: Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
Love for Sale: Cannonball Adderley

For Mods Only: Chico Hamilton
Maiden Voyage: Herbie Hancock
Evil Eye: Clifford Jordan and John Gilmore

The Sidewinder: Lee Morgan

Warsawng: Glitter Wizard
Disorder: Meatbodies
The Sadist: Zig Zags

Dead Man's Gun: Thee Oh Sees
Pure Imagination: Gene Wilder

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